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Job ID:

16488

Location:

Kuala Lumpur, KUL, Malaysia

Category:

Hospitality-Tourism

Salary:

RM1,700.00 per month
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Job Views:

113

Employment Type:

Full-time

Posted:

12.07.2018
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Job Description:

Food and Beverage Server Duties and Responsibilities 
In order to ensure satisfactory service for all patrons, a Food and Beverage Server performs many different tasks. We analyzed job listings for Food and Beverage Servers in order to identify these core duties and responsibilities.

Provide Customer Service
The Food and Beverage Server is the face of the restaurant and has considerable influence on its patrons’ experience. They must maintain a professional and friendly demeanor and offer timely assistance to customers in order to ensure that their needs are met. If any issues arise with throughout the customer’s dining experience, the Food and Beverage Server is responsible for resolving it.

Take Orders
Presenting menus, answering questions and offering suggestions, the Food and Beverage Server will guide patrons through the restaurant offerings and eventually take down their chosen orders. It is often the duty of the Food and Beverage Server to explain menu items, assist patrons with special dietary needs and recommend menu items that the restaurant would like to sell more of.

Serve Food and Beverages
Responsible for bringing orders from the kitchen to customers, Food and Beverage Servers must remember where to bring each order or maintain an organized record of order to which he or she can refer. They are also responsible for keeping beverages filled, following up with tables to see if their needs are still met and clearing plates as they’re finished. Should an order be filled incorrectly, it is the Food and Beverage Server’s duty to fix the order and bring out a new one.

Clean and Prepare Tables
In order to ensure that tables are prepared for each party, the Food and Beverage Server must clear tables of all plates, cups, and flatware after a party leaves, wipe down tables and properly re-set them with clean tableware. Depending on the establishment, the Food and Beverage Server may be solely responsible for this, or he or she may have assistance from hosting and bussing staff members. The Food and Beverage Server must ensure that the restaurant maintains proper standards of cleanliness and sanitation.

Process Payments
Food and Beverage Servers ensure that patrons receive their bills in a timely manner and that all orders are properly listed and priced. They receive and process payments, operating the register, and return paid checks and receipt to customer. They are responsible for resolving any discrepancies in billing.

Food and Beverage Server Skills
Energetic and personable, Food and Beverage Servers have excellent customer service skills and work in a fast-paced environment. They are professional, attentive and detail-oriented, ensuring customers have a great dining experience. Using interpersonal skills, adaptability and conflict-resolution skills, they resolve any issues that arise to make sure customers leave happy.

Core skills: Based on job listings we looked at, employers want Food and Beverage Servers with these core skills. If you want to work as a Food and Beverage Server, focus on the 

Being able to stand and walk for long periods of time
Having the capacity to lift heavy items on occasion
Providing excellent customer service
Obtaining appropriate food and beverage licenses
Possessing general math skills
Having some sales ability
Advanced skills: While most employers did not require the following skills, multiple job listings included them as preferred. Add these to your Food and Beverage Server toolbox and broaden your career options.

Previous serving experience
Food preparation experience

Location: 
Sri Damansara

Please contact Ms Lydia 03 6287 0888
Please email your application/resume to H9216-HR1@accor.com for more details salary negotiable.